It also contains some of the worst dialogue ever allowed on screen. The Last Airbender is a movie of exquisite beauty and, in its best moments, sublime visual clarity. Airbender is the kind of movie where characters use twenty or thirty words to say something even when it could probably have been said better with one or two. The blow of his bad writing is blunted by the source material, which has already laid out where this movie must go, preventing M.
Purists out there will be happy to know that the Blu-ray keeps the as-seen-on-TV 4: Behind the Scenes Kung Fu Featurette 5 minutes — Sifu Kisu leads us through the various martial arts styles that were used for inspiration to create the various elemental bending styles.
The Making of Avatar: From Real Life to Animation 4 minutes — Show creators Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino act out scenes from various scenes in their scripts for animators to have a reference to draw from. Voices of Avatar 5 minutes — The voice actors talk about their characters in this behind-the-scenes featurette.
Hearing him do the effects outside of the show itself is a delight! All of the pirate characters are based on animators in the Korean animation studio, and there are lots of other Easter eggs and cameo scattered throughout.
Great details about the storytelling decisions made along the way and the little animation subtleties that make the action so strong. Ehasz walks us through the writing process of this particular episode, including the team of writers who collaborate to develop each and every story and episode.
Legendary voice-director Andrea Romano gets a shout-out. The pilot was only ever shown at some conventions and this commentary only ever appeared on some earlier DVD releases.
All those air and fire effects? That starts with the human voice, which gets augmented through computer software. The creepy character Koh needed a specific sound for its many, many legs, but it was jus tone part of the incredibly difficult and complex sound design for the Book One finale.
The Making of Avatar — Inside the Korean Animation Studios 30 mintues In South Korea, Konietzko walks viewers through the overseas animation studio and talks about how creatively involved and responsible they were, specifically talking about JM Animation.
This is a must-watch for fans of animation and budding animators alike since it asks and answers some really specific questions about the animation process at the time, what the artists were asked to do, how they went about doing it, and how they felt about the overall experience.The Last Airbender is not just a flop, it's a big-budget flop, and it's a throwback to that grand old genre, the movie that's so bad that it's bad.6%.
Jul 01, · The title Avatar isn't the only thing that The Last Airbender has lost in its transition from the small-screen world of animated television to the realm of would-be franchise feature filmmaking.
All Ladies Do It Blu-ray features poor video and great audio in this mediocre Blu-ray release Diana is happily married to Paolo but due to her wild passion for sex, she regularly winds up in short.
The official continuation of Airbender from its creators, Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko! Written by Faith Erin Hicks (The Adventures of Superhero Girl, The Nameless City) and drawn by Peter Wartman (Stonebreaker), in collaboration with Avatar: The Last Airbender creators Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, this is the ultimate continuation of Avatar!
Aang and the gang are back with the long-awaited Blu-ray release of Nickelodeon’s incredible animated series, Avatar – The Last Airbender: The Complete Series. This summer, every episode from.
May 27, · The Last Airbender is a movie of exquisite beauty and, in its best moments, sublime visual clarity. It also contains some of the worst dialogue ever allowed on screen.
It also contains some of the worst dialogue ever allowed on screen.7/